Yesterday I received through the post a sample for Eloments Organic Vitamin Tea (If you’d like to send me a sample of your product in exchange for an honest review, firstname.lastname@example.org).
I am a big tea drinker, I would say I average 3 cups of ‘normal’ tea, and two herbals a day. I love tea and that should come as a great benefit to my health as it is a drink which carries many positive benefits for the body. So it is naturally a healthy drink as it stands.
However, I was interested in seeing that there were a number of brands that offer teas which focus on providing additional nutrients. One such company is who I received a tea bag sample of, the Eloments range. Eloments say that they offer the world’s first 100 per cent natural vitamin and mineral tea. The teas have launched in a number of flavours which include Double Lemon, Egyptian Mint, Ceylon Breakfast, Summer Orange (I received this one, well it is Summer!) and Bourbon Vanilla. A fetching set of flavours, I am sure you will agree. The brand says ‘Every cup of Eloments is a top-up of 40% of your daily needs of vitamins BI, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, C, and Zinc.’
I liked the idea that a tea could offer those extra bonuses, but of course hopefully taste great too. And I can confirm after brewing my Summer Orange teabag as per the provided instructions, the taste was good. I found the orange taste too strong enough to receive hints of orange to your pallet, but not so strong it felt like an artificial orangey flavour. It had a nice depth to it and was refreshing with no unpleasant aftertaste. The smell of warm orange was pleasant too, zingy but not nose piercingly. I liked it and would be interested in trying some of the other flavours. I am not sure if it has hit the shops yet, or if they are just getting the ball rolling with some samples first, but if the price point was right, I could see it doing well and having a good crack at a busy market in terms of tea, but unique in being a fully vitamin and mineral option.
If you would like a sample of Eloments, click here: